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Grouping Objects in Motion 2

Each item that you import into Motion is referred to as an object and each object is placed on a parent layer. As you continue to build your motion graphics project, and have constructed many composite layers, you will find it beneficial to lock layers in order to preserve the integrity of an effect. This will ensure that as you are working, those individual objects will not mistakingly get nudged out of sync, disturbing the effect that you have created.

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Locking Layers in Motion

1 Shift click to make multiple selections for the layers you wish to lock in the Project pane.

2 Go to Object > Lock or press Control L.

You will see a red bounding box appear around the selected objects in the designated layers you have locked.

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